ISIS women, Ebola fear, 'The Odyssey' project

On Friday Take Two discusses how ISIS recruits women, the fear of Ebola in light of a case in NYC and an event that tackles Homer's "The Odyssey" with a group reading.
Doctor Quarantined At NYC's Bellevue Hospital After Showing Symptoms Of Ebola

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